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Second Degree & Post Baccalaureate Certificate Programs in Clinical Laboratory Science

Pre-Requisite Course Requirements

Courses must be completed with a "C" or above to be considered for pre-requisite credit.

 

Biological Sciences (laboratory required) 12 hours
Basic Chemistry (laboratory required) 8 hours
Organic Chemistry (laboratory required) 4 hours
Microbiology (laboratory required) 4 hours
Statistics 3 hours
*Recommended Courses: Immunology, Anatomy, Physiology, Genetics, Cell Biology, and upper division Microbiology.

 

 

 

Second Degree Program

A second bachelor's degree sought by a student who did not graduate from a public Texas university must include the required Core Curriculum:

 

COMMUNICATION
*English 1301 Composition I 3 hours
*English 1302 Composition II 3 hours
                                               
MATHEMATICS
Courses with prefix MATH 3 hours
                 
LIFE AND PHYSICAL SCIENCES
Courses with prefixes BIOL, CHEM, GEOL, PHYS, or other natural sciences 6 hours
                              
CREATIVE ARTS
Any art, music, drama, or theatre arts course 3 hours
                              
LANGUAGE, PHILOSOPHY, AND CULTURE
Any literature, philosophy, modern or classical language/literature, or cultural studies course 3 hours
                              
SOCIAL & BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES
*HIST 1301 United States History I 3 hours
*HIST 1302 United States History II (Students may substitute 3 credit hours of Texas History for 3 credits of United States History) 3 hours
*GOVT 2301 American Government I 3 hours
*GOVT 2302 American Government II 3 hours
Any psychology, sociology, or anthropology course 3 hours
                              
CORE CURRICULUM ELECTIVES
Chosen from the fields of study listed above 6 hours

 

*Course numbers listed are based on the Texas Common Course Numbering System (TCCNS). Check with your academic institution to verify the course number that corresponds with the TCCNS number.

A student must have the permission of the program director to be concurrently enrolled in another university while a student at the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center.

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